The warming temperatures in the Pacific Northwest are well-suited for red winegrape production, but other changes in viticulture practices must be made.
Scientists aiming to make difficult climate-based production decisions easier for growers.
For the third time in three years, the heat gets turned up on surface temperature statistics.
Near all-time records in average temperature and costly climate-related disasters make a strong case for dubious distinction.
Emerging from an extended period of plentiful precipitation, near-term water supply, drought issues not anticipated in the coming months.
So far, 2016 is the second-warmest year-to-date in 122 years.
Looking back on 2015, which packed plenty of heat.
Climate pattern-fueled extremes could have big impact in certain parts of the U.S.
Super El Niño-influenced weather patterns align to paint a less-than-pretty portrait.
Lowering greenhouse gases will reduce risk, scientists say.
State and federal officials will discuss potential actions for the coming year.
The Southwest, Sierra Nevada region, and Pacific Northwest are starting the year drier than normal.
Outlook calls for possible above-normal precipitation around region for fall and winter months.
Repeat of last year’s extreme cold and snow events east of the Rockies unlikely.
Global warming trends fuel parched prediction from scientists.
The 223rd edition of the folksy regional forecast manual predicting extremes.
From continued drought in the West, to a possible early Polar Vortex visit in the East, forecasters are predicting an active autumn.